Victoria’s leading real estate agency, hockingstuart celebrated its top performers last week at its annual awards night, with sales agent Samantha McCarthy from hockingstuart Werribee taking out Sales of the Agent of the Year in all three categories.
Samantha, who has been with hockingstuart for more than ten years, took out the coveted Sales Agent of the Year Award for the third year in a row, as well as Sales Agent of the Year (Gross Commission Sold) and Sales Agent of the Year (Properties Sold).
“I was ecstatic to receive all three awards. I have built my decade-long career with hockingstuart and it is rewarding to see my hard work pay off,” said Samantha.
“A huge part of my success is the team-first mentality we have at hockingstuart and I give special thanks to my directors, Eric Bartz and Julian Conte, who have shown me a lot of support, particularly this year while I was off on maternity leave.
“I’m truly looking forward to the next financial year and the new challenges we will face along the way. It’s only together that we can make it all happen,” said Samantha.
CEO of hockingstuart, Peter Hanscomb said he was thrilled to see Samantha’s success and impressed by her work ethic and customer-focussed approach.
“Here is an agent that has truly gone above and beyond for her clients – achieving fantastic results in not only tough market conditions, but while also taking time away to raise a young family.
“Samantha’s hard work and tenacity was certainly on show during the awards evening; as too was the overwhelming standard of real estate professionals within the hockingstuart team. A truly impressive group of high performers,” said Peter.
hockingstuart merged with Belle Property in early April in one of the largest mergers in Australian residential property history.
“The past few months have been an interesting and exciting period of growth for both the hockingstuart and Belle Property brands and it gives me great confidence for our combined future to see what has been achieved throughout the hockingstuart network over the past 12 months,” said Peter.